The coming of a new season is always exciting because it changes everything, not just the weather but also the way we feel and the way we decorate our homes. Right now autumn is comfortably settling in, making its presence noticed. That means it’s time to rediscover the beauty of fall table centerpieces and decorations and the joy of crafting them. We’ll give the start with some of our favorite table decor ideas.
Check out this beautiful fall table setup featured on littlegreennotebook. The apple votives are the most interesting elements here. You can create a beautiful display by selecting a variety of apples in all sorts of colors and arranging them across the table. You can keep them looking fresh by putting them in some apple cider vinegar before you cut into them to insert the candles.
Using a pumpkin as a vase is a great idea. You can use a faux pumpkin if you don’t want to make a mess. A nice tip from chicvintagebrides is to spray paint the pumpkin just to give it a uniform and chic look. Consider a very light pastel, like this blue for instance. It will contrast nicely with the flowers.
Here’s a nice idea: make a few fall table decorations like candle votives wrapped in bark, acorns, pumpkins and other things and fill in the gaps between them with an eucalyptus garland. To make it you only need a piece of twine or rope, some floral wire and eucalyptus branches (either fresh or dried). The idea comes from onsuttonplace.
We mentioned pumpkins a few times already so let’s focus a bit more on some fall table centerpieces that they’re a part of, like the example from yourcozyhome. This decor uses white pumpkins which contrast beautifully with the orange runner and the berry twigs (bittersweet) wrapped around them.
White pumpkins are chic and good-looking and also a bit special but orange pumpkins, although more common, are charming and cute too. You can actually combine these two types to make some simple and stylish fall table centerpieces. Arrange the pumpkins on the table and add some leaves, branches and candles in between. Check out ellaclaireinspired for more details.
White pumpkins, whether real, faux or spray-painted to look this way, can look super chic when turned into fall table decorations. To avoid creating a boring or too simple decor, add a second color to the mix. A few copper accents would look exquisite, Check out lizmarieblog for inspiration.
A fall table centerpiece doesn’t have to be complicated or to have an intricate design with lots of different pieces, colors and textures in order to look good. Take for example this decor featured on ellaclaireinspired. It’s simple and yet it has a lot of character.
Assuming you already have a branch with some holes drilled into it, putting together this fall table centerpiece shouldn’t take more than a few minutes. The branch with the candles sits at the center of the table runner. Once it’s in place, just add a few other ornaments around it like mini pumpkins, dried leaves, pinecones, etc. Find more details related to this project on jennaburger.
Don’t you just love how bright and pure this table centerpiece looks? It’s made using white pumpkins, naturally-shed antlers, dried hydrangeas and votive candles. The table on which they stand has a pale color too and that emphasizes the chromatic palette of the decorations even more. You can find more details about this tablescape idea on toneontoneantiques.
Create a bountiful table centerpiece by putting together all sorts of fall-themed items like pumpkins, acorns, pinecones, dried leaves,, candles, etc. Put everything in a large tray and place this at the center of the table. This way you can easily move it all out of the way if you want to. The idea comes from worthingcourtblog. You can use a smaller or thinner tray if you’d rather leave more room for the plates on the table.
Yellow is a cheerful and sunny color often associated with summer but it’s also a nuance we sometimes associate with autumn. It’s all about the context. Check out this fall tablescape design from loveoffamilyandhome. It’s made with cute bouquets of yellow flowers mixed with dried leaves and other fall-inspired things. The napkin rings are really cute and they too are fall-inspired.
Flowers and dried leaves can definitely bring the beauty of autumn into our homes but if you’d rather keep your table decorations looking more fresh and simple, perhaps you’d like to use fruits and vegetables instead of flowers and pinecones. Look how beautiful this decor featured on dimplesandtangles is. The idea is great not just for fall but for all seasons. Just use whatever fruits and veggies are popular at the moment.